(4 customer reviews)


The utmost delight in life is the realization that we are loved….

As a mail order bride, Hope finds herself married to an outlaw. She is left stranded on the Oregon Trail at about the same time as Daniel’s wife dies of cholera. The wagon train master strongly urges them to join forces and marry.

They plan to have the marriage of convenience annulled in Oregon, but a life and death situation reunites them before that happens.

Will Hope settle for less than Daniel’s whole heart? Can he let go of his grief and take a second chance at love?

Book Three of the Prairie Roses Collection, Hope finds herself in a bind and is forced to become a mail order bride.

4 reviews for Hope

  1. Catrina P

    Such a beautifully written sweet story.

    When Hope and Daniel are brought together by less than ideal situations, they decide to make the best of things and help each other out. When their marriage of convenience has the potential to become so much more, can they open their hearts to the possibility?

    I highly recommend you check out Barbara Goss’ stories, you won’t be disappointed!

    A lovely narration by Jessica Caruso. She really brought out the emotions of the story.

    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

  2. Patricia Reichardt

    Barbara Goss does it again! Hope is a story of exactly that! Hope! Hope becomes a mail order bride. She and her new outlaw groom become part of wagon train, but before consummating the marriage, he is killed. Newly widowed Daniel and Hope each need a spouse to stay on the train. Will their marriage continue once they reach Oregon? I love these stories. Goss keeps them fresh with a completely new story line each time. This one was emotional. While Hope had no love for her first husband, Daniel felt his soulmate’s death right down to his soul. I could feel his conflict and grief. At the same time, I loved how things moved and their paths changed. It’s a story of faith and hope, and growing love. I absolutely adored the epilogue! Another beautiful story to add to my collection.

    Jessica Caruso is a new narrator to me, and I thoroughly enjoyed her narration. She has a good pacing and her voices are wonderful. She brings emotional tugs and light to the story and made it a very enjoyable listen.

  3. Cindy Nipper

    Beauty from ashes

    Another winning story from Barb and the Prairie Roses Series! This book is filled with loss, heartache, struggles and hard decisions, but there’s always Hope!

    Jessica did a wonderful job on the narration. I truly enjoyed this audiobook!

  4. Misty

    Unusual story. Don’t get me wrong. I loved it. Its not your typical trail story, which is fantastic! I though this book fantastic. The characters are well developed with real emotion and gumption ! You won’t be sorry listening or even reading this book! Well Done Ms. Goss.

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